The HAMB lost a great friend and contributor when Frank Burrell (fab32) passed away in January. His wife says it's time to let his cherry '32 five window go. No engine/trans, comes with a full hood, nice set of stock fenders, and the matching paint grille shell. Mid 60s build, been in storage since the late 70s. The paint bubbled in a few small spots and Frank ground them down to bare metal. Patch panels in the wheel wells, not sure if there are any other patches but the car is super solid. 9" and ladder bars out back, dropped/filled axle with 1946-48 spindles and brakes. There's no steering box. The K member was hacked up to accommodate a four speed. Comes with another K member center section for repair. All glass is there, small crack in the passenger door glass. Windows roll up and down/doors close nicely, front floor is gone but looks like it was simply removed, flange around the toe board is still intact. Stock dash filled with vintage S-W gauges. Door garnish moldings are there, still looking for the quarter window and rear moldings. Not sure where they are? This was a running/driving hot rod that's been off the road for almost forty years. You'd be hard pressed to find a nicer deuce coupe anywhere. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.